Originally Posted by toddville393
Ok the way I'm looking at it is that the Intel Core = AMD Module. The pipelines aren't cores. The module is the core an its broken up into individual pipelines.
The pipelines make up the cores. There are 2 integer "cores" per "module." They've said this multiple times, the module is not considered a core.
Each module can process two integer threads, and two 128-bit FP threads at a time. Therefore, there are two integer "cores," and two 128-bit floating point "cores."
The number of pipelines per core may be less or more than average, but it is a core nonetheless.Edited by SectorNine50 - 7/1/11 at 10:54am